Monthly Archives: December 2010

My Favorite Things: 2010

Oprah does her Favorite Things show which I see as blatant product placement/advertising but just because we all love Oprah let’s pretend that all those things really are her favorites.. Based on my own personal experience, it is possible to … Continue reading

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Sometimes I play mind games with myself. You have to do that when you’re trying to control the universe. Or more often, when you feel the universe is controlling you. Today was so quiet that I found myself playing quite … Continue reading

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Lights, Laughter and Cheer

It’s Christmas Eve and we don’t have a party to go to or give so we decided to take the children in the car and drive around looking at lights. I thought this was a brilliant idea that would draw … Continue reading

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42 Takes

There is little in life as formidable as the blank page. A friend of mine made a movie about it. It’s kind of funny, really, the writer writes one line, crosses it out and starts again with a new blank … Continue reading

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Letter to My Reader

I’m walking through the pouring rain. I notice that the children have left the light on in the studio. I open the door to turn off the light and decide not to step in out of the rain. I don’t … Continue reading

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Library Performance

It’s been a very long week. I haven’t had a chance to ride and I’m really feeling it. It’s raining now, Robert is working on weekends and the children are all home from school. It feels a little draining, to … Continue reading

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Gingerbread Men Recipe

This recipe is great because it uses ingredients that I have in the pantry at all times. Plus the dough is a perfect consistency for little hands to mold and roll for hours: Gingerbread Men Preheat oven to 350 Blend … Continue reading

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